Taiwanese animators release new video on “Republican rebel” Ron Paul

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  1. freeatlast

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    If the Republican presidential nomination bids were made into a video game, Taiwanese animators would be happy to see Ron Paul in the Oval Office...
    http://blog.chron.com/txpotomac/2011/09/video-taiwanese-animators-release-new-video-on-republican-rebel-ron-paul/


    I just wish this guy did not support same gender marriages, stem cell research, and was not against the death penalty for the federal government. He does support states rights to carry it out however. If these three things were not on his agenda I could vote for him, but these three keep that from happening.
     
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    Changed my mind and deleted my post.
     
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    There's some thing about him that makes me uneasy too but he's the only one of the bunch that I trust to tell me what he really thinks. I like Bauchman too. Newt has some good ideas but he's got an inconsistent record.
    [edit: nice video - I'm guessing the guy with the bicycle helmet is Rick Santorum]
     
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    Yes I agree about Mr. Paul. On one hand I like many of his beliefs, but I also have concern about some others as there seems to be inconsistent in some areas.
     
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    I admired Ron Paul when he stood in the way of Houston Metro's "Money Pit" called rail. His mind changed when his campaign fund suddenly got an infusion of funds. That makes him no different than the others (except he is a bit more kookier) and there are some that know what his price is.
     
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    I am not familiar with that. I tried to Google it and found nothing. Can you give any documentation or a link?
     
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    I lived it, since I am in Houston. Dr. Paul was on the committee that was over the Federal money that was needed for this money pit. (he may have even chaired it) I would suggest you look at his career about 10 years ago. When Dr. Paul did this I lost all interest in him.

    He won't win the nomination so it is not worth my effort to look up the facts I know by experience. (not trying to be rude)

    I do give him credit for being pro-life. That is a must for anyone I support.
     

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